Breaking up is hard to do

Altman, Wilf
March 2005
Cabinet Maker;3/18/2005, Issue 5430, p13
Trade Publication
Discusses the financial aspects of corporate separation in Great Britain. Rules governing separation under the Inland Revenue; Complications that can arise in the granting of any financial orders against the matrimonial assets; Various option available such as to sell the business and divide the proceeds equally; Importance of preparation in the event of divorce through a husband and wife partnership agreement.


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